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Comment by Emily Van Ark on February 15, 2013 at 7:53am

Anna, I think Ryan usually recommends posting questions like this above us in the Discussion Forum.  That being said, crazyteacherlady (http://www.crazyteacherlady.com/) does lots of cool stuff with PBL, and some of it is in Bio.  I'd poke around on her website and see what I could find.

Comment by Anna M Rivera on February 14, 2013 at 3:42pm

Hi There,

I'm new to this board, so let me know if I'm to follow any particular protocol. OK.

My question has to do with PBL. (Project Based Learning) Has anyone done any PBL lessons on DNA, Heredity, Inheritance, etc. 

Please advise. Thanks  Anna

Comment by Ryan Goble on February 6, 2013 at 11:52am

Flocab - don't hesitate to embed the video up above in the discussion forum so we can share the resource on a Week in Review - stuff on the wall gets buried over time!  Ryan

Comment by Flocabulary on February 5, 2013 at 4:24pm

Hi all! We at Flocabulary wanted to share our Solar System rap with you... we hope you get a kick out of it.  

Comment by Ryan Goble on October 10, 2012 at 10:27pm

Hi Karen! Great question -  Unfortunately, things like this - when posted on the wall - tend to get buried / lost. For that reason do consider re-posting the question up above us in the discussion forum as a crowdsource question. That way you have a dedicated URL and I can share your ? on a Crowdsource Tuesday!

Just an FWIW...

Comment by Peter Lauzon on October 10, 2012 at 8:06pm

I would have the students use newspaper and make models of the different bones to form a skeleton.  Pass out a few books with pictures of skeletons and show how roll newspaper to make different shapes of the bones. Connect the "bones" with paper clips.  let the kids go for it. The could use their own bodies to determine the length of the bones.

Comment by Karen Southwick on October 10, 2012 at 7:12pm

how do I make a 3rd grade unit on the human skeleton pop?

Comment by Ryan Goble on May 16, 2012 at 8:53am

Coolness!  It will broadcast shortly!  

Comment by Gabriela Gonzalez on May 16, 2012 at 8:02am

All done! =) Thank you, Ryan! Pete and R. Randall, I just started a discussion by copy/pasting the same original question. It will great if you copy/paste your comments/feedback so we can keep track of them. Thank you for your feedback!

Comment by Ryan Goble on May 15, 2012 at 1:34pm

Hi Jan, Gabrielia, Pete and all science people gathered here.  First off, it is awesome your using the wall here for discussion and at this point I'd just keep doing that - FWIW if you post your question above us in the discussion forum. 

 Big questions on the comment wall (here) are not easy for folks to respond to and get buried over time :(

When you post your ? above it has a URL and it will be in there for the next person with a similar ? AND I can broadcast the question to the whole Ning on Crowdsource Tuesday so you can get MORE feedback! 

10 cents of moderation worth much much less :)

 

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